- Automatic needle up in stop position
- Needle down button
- Low bobbin indicator
- Automatic needle threader that works, because some don't
- On screen stitch selection
- Thread cutter
November 8, 2016
BLOGLIKECRAZY 2016 Day 8: I Am Sooooo Spoiled...
...whenever I need to work on a heavy project (denim, layers of wool, etc.) I pull out my Singer 5803C manufactured circa 1960, in Brazil. At least that's what Mr. Doyle Baggett (sewing machine repairman extraordinaire) told me. I purchased the machine for $35 when Hancock Fabrics was selling refurbished machines one time. Wish I had bought at least one more, but where in the world do I think I would put all of these machines??? All it needed was a needle screw, which Mr. Baggett dug around in his machine accessories and found for me. "This is a really good heavy duty portable that will give you years of service if you keep it oiled", said Mr. Baggett. And indeed it has!
...i 've been wanting to make a few turtleneck knit tops to fill a wardrobe gap. I made the first one (here) using oop Kwik Sew 1287...
...last night while sitting under the hair dryer conditioning my hair (I would have much rather been sewing ya'll) I entertained myself ...